Supervised by medical director Stanley J. Dombek Jr., MD, FACS, the experienced technicians of Advanced Body Scan peer into clients’ inner workings. With the belief that prevention is the best way to protect the body, they use a modern scanning system to detect potential health issues, such as cardiovascular disease, which kills more than one-third of all Americans, or lung cancer, the deadliest type of cancer in both men and women. The system snaps detailed images of the heart, lungs, bone structures, and other organs caged within the body. Images fly from the lens to the computer screen quickly, allowing staff to take pictures of moving organs typically blurred in traditional scans, such as a beating heart or a stomach still flipping from its first roller-coaster ride.
Passport Health’s scores of locations dedicate themselves to all immunization needs. Teams of doctors and qualified medical professionals prepare tourists and groups for international vacations or humanitarian work with vaccinations against yellow fever, hepatitis, and malaria. The clinics can also support patients’ health with vitamin B12 injections or safeguard against the flu or common cootie strains. Blood testing and lab work deliver results within a 48-hour period, and comprehensive physicals provide thorough inspections for pre-employment, immigration, and school applications.
The aestheticians at Vitality Medical and Cosmetic Center work to detect signs of aging early and treat them with a host of facials, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion treatments. Staff members approach skin problems and imperfections with aesthetic services such as SkinMedica chemical peels, laser skin resurfacing, and DermaSweep treatments. For clients who want to turn back the clock even further, the registered nurse can inject Juvéderm and Radiesse facial fillers and consult on Botox treatments.
Informed by their own experience as podiatric patients, Drs. Trent Smith and Christopher Green aim to treat clients at Total Foot and Ankle with minimally invasive medical techniques. To make accurate diagnoses, they use ultrasound to detect any structural aberrations in the foot. Then they can craft custom orthotics to correct gaits, or tackle more severe issues with a range of procedures, from arthroscopy to complete ankle replacement.
In an effort to help guard against and detect some of the most common diseases to ail Americans, HealthCheck Screening offers comprehensive bloodwork and bio-metric testing. They measure body-mass indices and examine glucose levels for signs of diabetes. Metabolic panels reveal how assorted organ systems are humming along, while cholesterol tests can inform dietary adjustments and lottery number picks.
The Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center treats varicose veins and circulation issues to ensure that internal systems run smoothly and skin surfaces look pristine. To target unwanted veins, a doctor can use ultrasound-imaging technology and bursts of laser energy during endovenous laser treatments.